morepix: Kodak branding seems like a poor choice from a marketing POV. It's something like Ford introducing a new model line named Edsel.
I'm not so sure. The dead Voigtlander brand worked well for Cosina when they reintroduced it...
datadump: sup VSCO. seen this bro?
There seems to be an echo inside your keyboard :-)
" One thing worth noting is that if you have an external drive(s) where you store your pictures - and you plug/ unplug the drive from the computer the drive letter may change"
Always give the removable drive an explicit drive letter (Administrative Tools/Computer Management->Disk Management). This will never change and will be used every time the disk is plugged in. Use a letter well down the alphabet so that it won't be "hijacked" by plugging in some other device while this one is absent.
Judging by the photographs the quality of materials and finish is disappointing for an expensive adapter like this, it reminds me of the Sonia programmable optical flash trigger I currently use with my NEX, best described as "agricultural" - functional, quite tough but very, very crudely finished.
Sosua: I think Justin Fielder may be in for a number of copyright breaches himself given he has chosen to dig a hole for himself:
Google: london red bus black white
I'm sure there will be one which was taken before his!
"I hope a higher court pulls it head out of its a$$ and reverses the decision by Judge Birss."
Ignorance is Bliss ;-)
Fuji seems to be following Leica's marketing tactics, which given where that has taken Leica this doesn't seem to be a smart move. Time will tell.
Personally I prefer the aesthetics of the original (I have one) but in any case I certainly wouldn't pay a premium for a "limited" edition whatever the colour - it's just a camera for goodness sake.
Hmm. It appears to be unable to open Fuji X100 .RAF files :-(
In any case it's not going to attract LR users (like me) so long as it has no DNG support.
Brek01: Speaking for myself, I am happy with CS3, it does all I need it to do, so I am not upgrading to any new version anytime soon, which means no revenue for adobe, so I guess I see why they are doing it.
"And Lightroom won't work with latest cameras, even up-to-date LR, if your ACR is not the latest."
Nonsense. I use a current LR with current cameras but have never upgraded PS from CS2. There is absolutely no requirement to upgrade PS/ACR unless you need to open the raw files directly in PS rather than LR.
Tvaclavek: What about the nex-5n?
That's already supported in 3.5.
Godfrey: Thanks for the excellent feature review. I'm just waiting for mine to be arrive now. :-)
Why am I not surprised? :-)
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